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Pietro Uberti: 1730

George Rodrigue's painting of Cléoma Breaux Falcon, who recorded the first Cajun record with her husband Joseph Falcon in New Orleans, 1928.

“A la Mie in the Restaurant” by Toulouse-Lautrec  

Roy Lichtenstein’s “Whaam” 1963  

Cassius Coolidge’s “Dogs Playing Poker”

“Soup Cans” by Andy Warhol

“Senecio” (1922) Paul Klee

“Parrots” Frida Kahlo

“House beside the Railroad” Edward Hopper 1925

George Rodrigue


Artwork from Superman Comic

by George Rodrigue

“Autumn Rhythm (Number 30)” by Jackson Pollock

“The Dancers” by Fernando Botero

George Rodrigue

John William Waterman

Adoration of the Magi---1423---Gentile de Fabriano

  Jean Michel Basquiat "Superheroes Batman”

“Mau” by Andy Warhol

       C. M. Coolidge

Michelangelo’s “David”

Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa”


“The Tower Of Babel”: Pieter Bruegel the Elder

        Water lilies and Japanese Bridge” Claude Monet

       Chuck Close with “Self-Portrait”

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